consideration and respect for each other’s particular needs.
2.3 – Explain how effectivecommunication may have a positive impact on lives on individuals with sensoryloss.
Effectivecommunication with the service user is the key to the role of a support worker. Service users are often nervous, shy or...
Describe how you could use your environment/setting to make communication more effective with individuals with sensoryloss
Depending on the nature of an individualssensoryloss, the environment can be adapted effectively to facilitate communication . It is important that background noise and the...
people with sensoryloss-
How effectivecommunication can have a positive impact on individuals with sensoryloss-
Communication may have a positive impact on lives of those with sensoryloss because it allows those individuals to understand everyday life and what is going on in the world...
. Make sure that any negative attitudes and beliefs are overcome and also changing your attitudes and behaviours. Effectivecommunication will have a positive impact on the lives of people with sensoryloss by affecting their physical...
mechanism with current problem and avoiding upcoming complications associated with current problem.
2. Understand the importance of effectivecommunication for individuals with sensoryloss
2.1 Explain the methods of communication used by individuals with:
• Sight loss
• Hearing loss
can hear them when as a fact they are able to lip read etc.
To overcome disabling attitudes and beliefs is to basically educate the individual about sensoryloss.
Outcome 2: Understand the importance of effectivecommunication for individuals with sensoryloss
When communicating with an...
a room are low. If people have well-lit faces, it is so much easier for people to lip-read and to make maximum use of non-verbal communication through facial expression.
2.3 Explain how effectivecommunication may have a positive impact on the lives of individuals with sensorylossEffective...
an individual may be the following:
• Is the sensoryloss noticeable?
• Is the condition going to improve or worsen over time?
• How do people see me and how they react towards me?
• What support will I receive and is that support trained or adequate?
2: Societal attitudes and belief has a...
BTEC Apprenticeship Assessment Workbook Level 2 Health & Social Care
1. COMMUNICATION AND HANDLING INFORMATION
The activities in this sequence assess your knowledge and competence in communication, including working with those with sensoryloss. If you are not taking the unit on sensory...
that has a
significant effect on their ability to
access communication, mobility and
experiential exercise of deafblindness
Commonl y Used Terms - Which is better and why?
Commonl y used terms within SensoryLoss or Sensory...
Supportindividuals with sensoryloss with communication
Communication: The sending and receiving of messages between people. The message can be about information, ideas or feelings and can be by spoken or written word or gesture. Facial...
Unit 4222-395 Promote effectivecommunication with individuals with sensoryloss
1.1 The communication that takes place between two people (the sender and the receiver) is known as two way communication. The main feature of two way communication is the flow of information from both ways...
eps h nsor loss r can be taken to overcome these a be aken en ov om these he 2. the importance o effectivecommunication for individuals with sensory h mportanc of effec iv commun c t o t n e ive m ndividual i ensory ensor lossloss oss 3 h 3. the main causes and condit ons of sensoryloss use an...
senses have a unique disability which
re uires pecialis ommunic o k l
requires specialist communication skills alongside ongoing support.
In this unit you will learn about:
1. the factors that impact on an individual with sensoryloss and steps...
Support model (HSC 3065) 215 Supportindividuals to access education, training or employment (SS OP 3.7) 222 Promote awareness of sensoryloss (SS 5.2) Support the use of assistive technology (SS 5.3) Explore models of disability (SS 5.4) Supportindividuals with sensoryloss with communication (SS 5.5...
sensoryloss with communication (SS 5.5) 220 225 227 Support the use of assistive technology (SS 5.3) 222
Supportindividuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities (SS 5.6) 230 Support children's speech, language and communication (EYMP5) 233
Understand the needs of children and young people...
term memory loss
• Becoming withdrawn
10: Describe how a sensory impairment of someone with dementia can affect their communication skills (3.2)
• The individual may not be able to accurately gauge a person’s body language or facial expressions, minimising the amount of...
dual sensoryloss among the general public, but also within the medical profession and among public service providers. There appears to be no primary method of communication for deafblind people. Therefore services need to be tailored to the communication need of the individual.
“Up to 50% of...
or organisations involved and helping you to communicate.
There are many organisations with specified knowledge about communication with individuals with sensoryloss. Do not assume you can do everything yourself. You should seek advice whenever you have doubts so you can provide the best service...
to develop their role as a Support Worker working with Service Users
Effectivecommunication will develop the following:
* Relationship with Service Users
* Relationship with Colleagues
* Relationship with Parents:
Be able to meet the communication and language needs...